"Putting Out Fires" as written by Edward Daniel Chester, Adam Patrick Devlin, Mark James Morriss and Scott Edward Morriss....
If we put our heads together, I think we can salvage it
If we ride the stormy weather, will we really benefit?
Is there anything left to save now anyway?

When you're near my heart beats quicker, faster
It's your skin as pale as alabaster
It has to be, it has to end
Losing a lover, gaining a friend

Yesterday your virtue inspired me
And yesterday you ignited the flames that burnt inside of me
So why when I wake up today are the ashes about us?

Now I've lost the strength to crush a flower
And now I grow weaker with the passing hours
You once was the fire, you once was the glow
I was so sure then, and now I don't know

I've wasted time away,
But I think that it's ok 'cause
I've wasted time away with you

Now look what we've built together
We didn't waste anything
We've built a fire that burns too strong to die
Or am I a liar who smothers the flames?

When you're near my heart beats quicker, faster
It's your skin as pale as alabaster
It has to be, it has to end
Losing a lover, lying to a friend

I've wasted time away,
But I think that it's ok 'cause,
I've wasted time away with you


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"Putting Out Fires" as written by Adam Patrick Devlin Edward Daniel Chester

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